The sun floated on the horizon. “We need to hurry.” She grabbed her hand and they ran, their heavy breathing misting the icy morning air. “We won’t make it,” Mindy gasped, the metallic taste of blood in her mouth. Still running, Karen turned and gave Mindy an encouraging smile. “We will.” The train was...

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Mistakes Kill

As Leo made his way down to the basement of the desolate house, the stairs creaked with every step he took. Clutched in one hand was a wooden stake and in the other a Glock. He had given up on bring wooden crosses after witnessing their uselessness. Having driven the wooden stake cleanly through...

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